While Kevin struggles to study for his upcoming SAT tests, Jack ponders quiting NORCOM to go into the furniture-making business.

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Wayne Arnold (credit only)
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Chuck Coleman (as Andrew Berman)
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Mr. Glavin
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Mel Green ...
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Jan Stratton ...
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While Kevin struggles to study for his upcoming SAT tests, Jack ponders quiting NORCOM to go into the furniture-making business.

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2 December 1992 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Kevin is watching "Let's Make A Deal" on TV to take a break from studying. Monty Hall hosted the show. In the final scene, Kevin prepares to take the SAT, but when the proctor tells the students to open their test booklets, Kevin's is already open. (the seal is already broken) Just after the scene in the ice cream shop where it cuts to the classroom, in the top right of the screen you can briefly see the boom microphone handle. See more »

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While Jack is showing Kevin around the new workshop, a boom microphone is visible at the top of the screen during the wide shot. See more »

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Paul Pfeiffer: This test could determine our entire future.
Kevin Arnold: What's that supposed to mean?
Paul Pfeiffer: Well it means you have to score fourteen-hundred this year to even be considered by the Ivy Leagues. And what college you go to determines what grad school you go to which determines what kind of job you get and what contacts you're gonna make and who your friends are gonna be and what type of house you're gonna live in and what the rest of your life could be like.
Jeff Billings: Are you sure you didn't leave anything else out, Paul?
Paul Pfeiffer: ...
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References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »

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Stuck in the Middle with You
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Written by Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty
Performed by Stealers Wheel
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